My experience with this vehicle has been great. The seats do not have the excessive flexion positioning problem that Honda, Toyota, and Chrysler have, and people comment on how nice the rear seats are. The A/C works quite well even in 105 degree heat in Tucson, AZ. The 3900 engine is very smooth, quiet, and has plenty of low end torque, but also is relatively economical. We have 8000 miles on it, and have obtained an aggregate gas mileage of 23.3 MPG. The steering is light, predictable, and can be steered with one hand around corners easily. There is very little sway around corners. The ride is quiet and smooth, and bumps are not annoying like on the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey.
The 3900 engine is very smooth, dependable, and proven/reliable. The variable valve timing really gives the engine plenty of torque in a low noise manner. The controls and displays are very well thought out, and the interior quality is top notch (e.g. special stitching on doors is nice touch).
The front seat track needs to be able to go backwards just a little further.
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